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On December 8, 1998, AT&T and IBM announced a series of strategic agreements under which AT&T will acquire IBM's global network business, and the two companies will enter into outsourcing contracts with each other. AT&T's acquisition of the IBM global network is occurring in phases throughout 1999 as legal and regulatory requirements are met in each of the countries in which the business operates. The acquisition of the business, its assets and the transfer of employees have been completed in the following countries:
New Zealand Poland
For those countries not listed above in which the business operates, AT&T and IBM are working diligently to complete the necessary legal and regulatory requirements to allow AT&T to acquire and operate IBM's network services. This work should be completed within the next 180 days. Until then, local Internet service in these countries will continue to be provided by IBM*. You will be notified by e-mail once AT&T becomes your local service provider. Customers serviced by IBM should use the AT&T Business Internet Services Web pages to make changes to their account during this period. Please note the list of countries on this page will be updated to reflect additional countries that transfer from IBM to AT&T.
On October 1, 1999, IBM Internet Connection Services changed its name to AT&T Business Internet Services. This AT&T Internet service is based on the same technology and infrastructure as the award-winning IBM Internet Connection Services. All IBM Internet Connection Services customers were notified of this change through e-mail and dialer pop-up messages.
Please proceed to the next screen by clicking on the PROCEED button. You will be directed to AT&T Business Internet Services. If your Web browser is set to accept cookies, you will not receive this page again. Please be assured that AT&T will continue to deliver the same quality Internet service that you have come to expect.
AT&T thanks you for your patience during this transition period, and looks forward to providing you the Power of Global Networking.
*In Indonesia, the local service provider will continue to be Sistelindo. In Italy, the local service provider will continue to be INTESA SpA. In Australia, the local service provider will continue to be Advantra. In Malaysia, the local service provider will continue to be VADS.